garb[ gahrb ]SEE DEFINITION OF garb
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GARB
The lover took his garb, and he took the letters; and he hastened hither.
Here spoke the true spirit of the gentleman, though he was but in the garb of a peasant.
Their name, their garb, and work did so intoxicate and bewitch me.'
He is a Jesuit by his garb; he is much more so than they are by his 'savoir-vivre'.
Was she not ever before them in the garb of purity and love!
His garb was composed of rags, tied to his body by the free use of rope.
In this fanciful tale Plato has dropped, or almost dropped, the garb of mythology.
But Dunkirk in that year of grace, 1917, did not always wear so peaceful a garb.
He was dressed in the garb of a civilian, and was entirely unarmed.
It is for this reason that we welcome the present work in its English garb.